Are you a commercial property owner?
Do you know that you may be eligible to claim tax relief on your commercial property purchase?
We provide specialist and unrivalled advice on Capital Allowances. Our aim is to obtain and maximise your tax benefit often missed by accountants.
Capital Allowances are a valuable form of tax relief available where a person incurs capital expenditure, usually through buying, refurbishing or building a commercial property.
An average claim for Capital Allowances can equate to 25% of the purchase price on the commercial property.
Am I eligible for Capital Allowances?
What are the New Rules?
Click here to understand the update of 1st April 2014 and use our Capital Allowances calculator.
Why should I choose Roger Hannah & Co?
- Specialist accountancy and surveying professions = maximum benefit.
- Confidence of an HMRC compliant claim.
- Free feasibility study.
- No upfront charges.
- No additional survey fee.
- If no claim is identified then no charge.
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Latest Case studies£1,195,000 - Small Industrial Park » 14th July 2015
These brief details outline a recent case study whereby we were instructed to identify Capital Allowances on behalf of a small Industrial Park.£5.3 Million Retail Property Portfolio » 22nd April 2015
Capital Allowances on behalf of a small commercial property portfolio of retail units£277k – Industrial Unit » 2nd February 2015
Our client received a total tax saving of £15,427 as a result of a claim for Capital Allowances on the initial purchase price of the property.
Latest NewsThe difference between must/should when purchasing Commercial Property? » 2nd September 2015
Terminology of Capital Allowances (CAs)Annual Investment Allowance (AIA) » 14th July 2015
Annual Investment Allowance (AIA) to be permanently set at £200,000 for the duration of this Parliament.Change in Capital Allowances Legislation » 9th January 2015
A Government Legislation surrounding Capital Allowances was recently changed on 1st April 2014, instructing the identifying of a ‘pooling requirement’ and ‘Fixed Value Requirement’ to be achieved at point of sale. If the parameters of this new measure are not adhered to, any possible Capital Allowances relief, available for either the Purchaser or Vendor, would be lost forever.